by Theresa Camoriano
I was not able to attend these events myself, but I have talked with people who attended them, and here’s what they said:
*The June 5 Rally in Frankfort KY to stand up for the coal industry against the EPA was attended by about 5,000 people. Several buses came in from coal-producing areas, with miners from various mines wearing a t-shirt specific to their mine. Some people wore shirts saying “Coal feeds my family”. There were about 80 speakers, and the point was made very clear that the EPA and the federal government are overstepping their legal bounds.
*The June 8 rally in Louisville standing up for religious freedom against Obamacare was attended by about 500 people. There were excellent speakers, including the Catholic Bishop.
*The corresponding June 8 rally in Lexington was attended by about 100 people. Again, there were excellent speakers.
Also, several people reported receiving letters from Louisville Gas and Electric telling them that they are using too much energy. Wonder where that is going!
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